Keynote on Wednesday by Peter Tertzakian.
Thursday, a national webcast on Solutions for the First 100 Days (visit National Teach-In : Launch Webcast for more info).
On Friday, Mark Dixon recounts YERT, Your Environmental Road Trip (a year-long eco-expedition through all 50 states); Asa Watten talks about Biofuels and the Steel City; a panel with Lee Branstetter and Costa Samaras on Market-based Incentives for Addressing Climate Change; John Hooker on Cultural Factors Driving Societal Consumption Patterns; Bike Pittsburgh and someone from the City discuss Alternative Transportation in Pittsburgh; Volker Hartkopf and Stephen Lee of the School of Architecture on Sustainability in the Built Environment; Keith Florig and Lester Lave of EPP on Clean Power Generation (not in my backyard!); Barb Kviz and Marty Altschul on Green Practices at Carnegie Mellon; Nelson Cheung and the Pittsburgh Project on Community and Citizen Engagement for a Sustainable Future; Dale Hershey on Business, Society, and Ethics. Also on Friday are a Local Lunch (enjoy locally-grown fare for a mere $5), and from 5-8 p.m. there's a sustainability networking mixer for young professionals followed by a green dance social (9 p.m. - 1 a.m. in Kirr Commons).
Contact: Vanessa Schweizer at firstname.lastname@example.org .
More details on speakers and schedule at the Focus The Nation website.